“K” Challenge: Kick Up Your Heels!

Kick Up Your Heels!
Kick Up Your Heels!, a photo by Fergiemoto on Flickr.  Click on photo to enlarge.

>>:::<<
you’ve conquered hurdles
and rejuvenated the day
celebration kick
>>:::<<

Don’t forget to kick up your heels and celebrate the small successes, too!

(Kick up your heels:  to celebrate, to have a wonderful time, to enjoy yourself)

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This is for the letter “K” Story Challenge by Frizztext, to share a short story or reflection, even an aphorism using a word tagged with each letter of the alphabet.

 Linking up with:
MACRO MONDAY
WINDOWS ON WILDLIFE
NATURE NOTES

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59 responses to ““K” Challenge: Kick Up Your Heels!

    • Thank you, Paula! lol – Funny, I was wondering that myself! There were many ladybugs on the plant, and also tons of aphids. They probably didn’t notice the hairs given the buffet of food.

    • Thank you very much, Scott! I’m glad it turned out because I was laughing while taking the photo. I didn’t use a tripod because it was too hard to follow them around with it attached.

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    • Thank you for that information! I’ll remember that when next spring rolls around. I love ladybugs also…and I loved my trip to Greece (went there on our honeymoon)!

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